North Texas Royal Rangers

Evangelizing, Equipping, and Empowering Boys!



  • 2017 Pow Wow Pow Wow
    April 28-30

    Join together with Rangers from across the district for the annual district Pow Wow. This is the BIG district camp of the year for our boys. The camp will be held April 28-30 at the Royal Rangers Camp at Lakeview. This Pow Wow promises to be an exiting one. New games and activities coupled with an outstanding speaker should help keep our boys interested and excited throughout the weekend. Our theme for Pow Wow is "GI: JOE - Gospel Inspired: Jesus Offers Eternity." 

    View Pow Wow Packet

    GMA Ceremony
    May 21, 2017

    Outpost 448 will be having a GMA ceremony to honor 3 boys who have earned their Gold Medal of Achievements.

    This GMA ceremony will be May 21, 2017. The event will take place at Lakeshore Church in Rockwall Texas. The address is 5575 Hwy. 205 South, Rockwall. 75032. and will start at 6 pm.

    The three Rangers being recognized are: Caleb Maxey, Andrew Benners, and Jacob Ward.

    If you have questions, please contact Joe Ward at jprrj@charter.net or 214.683.8897.


  • Ranger Essentials - May 7th and 21st

    - May 7th and 21st

    - Crossroads Church, 1501 Joe Ramey Blvd, Greenville, TX (Do not use maps to find the location of the church)

    - It is at crossroads of I-30 and Hwy 69 - Joe Ramsey on the service road between the Majestic 12 theater and Greenville Chrystal

    - 2:00 pm - Lunch will be served starting at 1:15 pm

    - Cost $25

    - To register please contact Patty Fogleman @ 903.217.4400 or pfogleman54@yahoo.com by Wednesday, April 26th.

    Registration Packet

    2017 Shawnee Trail May Fete
    May 20th

    This years FCF May Fete will be held at Lakeview Camp. More details will be published soon.

    For all questions about this event, please contact the FCF President, David Kohn.

  • 2017 NTX Junior Leadership Development Academy

    This years JLDA is scheduled to be held on June 22 - 25, 2017. There are many camps being offered. They are:

    - Ranger Training Camp (RTC)
    - Academy Merit Camp (AMC)
    - Frontier Brigade Camp (FBC)
    - Junior Training Camp (JTC)
    - Advanced Junior Training Camp (AJTC)
    - Aquatics Action Camp (AAC)
    - Junior Academy (JA)
    We need many leaders to also participate to make these camps successful for the boys. Please download and read the information packet. If you have further questions, please contact Nolen Fox.

    Boys Registration Packet

    Leaders Registration Packet

    2017 SCR FCF Territorial Rendezvous

    July 12-14, 2017
    The Range—New Mexico
    Opening Ceremony— Wed morning
    Event closes after the Friday evening service

    It’s time for all you fur trappers who’ve been trappin’ up in the mountains all year long, to get all your pelts and sundries together, load ‘em on your pack mule, and come on down the mountain to the valley, The Range in New Mexico.

    We’re also invitin’ all suttlers, purveyors of fine craftsmanship, soldiers, and tenderfoot settlers to join us for this fun time of competition, praise, worship, and fellowship. Get here for the best Rendevoo and Foofaraw yet! Polish up on all your skills cause we’re gonna be huntin’ and searchin’ for The Best Mountain Man in this here territory. Our theme this year is The Cross so prepare your self for what the Lord can and will do in your life, and in the lives of everyone there! I look forward to seeing you there, and until then, keep your powder dry!

    Old-timers, $50—Young bucks, $35

    View Rendezvous Packet


  • 2018 National FCF Rendezvous

    Start planning now on attending the 2018 National FCF Rendezvous. All your outposts FCF members would have a fantastic time. Check out the national rendezvous website for more information on this upcoming event.

    Shawnee Trail Chapter Newsletter 2nd Qtr. 2017

    Download and read "The Long Tom" newsletter. It will update you on past events and give you information about future event coming during 2nd quarter 2017.

    2nd Qtr. Long Tom Newsletter

    If there are articles you would like to read about or input for the newsletter, please contact the FCF President, David Kohn.


District News

Updated March 27, 2017

North Texas Royal Rangers keeps you updated on current news and event information with a regular email newsletter. All upcoming events are covered.

If you need information or have articles to share needs, please contact David Trower, District Public Relations Coordinator. He will get back with you ASAP answering your needs.

Current News


Thursday Evening Prayer (9:00 pm) - Every Week

We would like to encourage commanders around North Texas to pray at 9:00 p.m. each Thursday for the Royal Rangers Ministry in North Texas.

Please join the district staff as they pray every Thursday as they shower heaven with praises and thanksgiving for all the Lord has given us charge over. After this, lets thank Him for our leaders in this great District and the boys he has given us to train. Lets petition the Lord for more leaders and boys to help us further His great Work! Lets pray for our camp and all things needed to help in our journey towards greatness in this wonderful ministry! Again, lets thank the Lord for all He has given us charge over and being our Champion, Savior, Provider, healer, and Friend!

Please join others leaders at 9 p.m. Thursdays and Pray.


What is Masters Toolbox

Missionaries all around the world need many different kinds of “tools” to spread the gospel.

Through Master’s Toolbox, Royal Rangers can help meet those needs.

In recent years, Master’s Toolbox has purchased generators, dug water wells, supplied pastors’ libraries, repaired churches, translated literature, trained leaders, and held outreaches in Latin America, Africa, Europe, and Eurasia.

Read more about how Royal Rangers can support Masters Toolbox.

Master Toolbox Brochure


Camp Finances - Future 500

NTX Future 500

The Royal Rangers Camp at Lakeview has been a blessing to the Royal Rangers of North Texas for many years. Our first building – the pavilion – was built in 1995, followed by the Ollie Henley Lodge, bathhouses, the first aid building, and other facilities. Maintenance of our existing buildings is funded in part by the Compass Program, where leaders pledge at least $10 per month. What the Compass Program doesn’t cover must be covered by other donations, or it must come out of camp fees that our boys pay.

Click on patch to see more projects needing funded and completed projects or click here.


Future 500 Documentation (PDF)